Planners’ Role Not To Overturn Council Decisions Editor, I am writing in response to the Planning Commission’s decision on December 8 decision to deny the site plan for the proposed City Center South Apartments.
Rodgers Re’d Up, 3 Other Seats Go to Newcomers Only one of four members of the current Falls Church Planning Commission whose seats were up for reappointment this month was voted back to another four-year term by the F.C. City Council at a special meeting Tuesday night.
F.C. Council to Make Planner Appointments Monday The Falls Church City Council has called a special meeting for this Monday night, Dec. 22, for the purposes of making appointments to the Planning Commission for four terms that expire Dec. 31.
“If you continually give, you will continually have.” Who said that? We at the News-Press don’t know, but we have it printed on a fortune cookie that’s been taped to the wall in our office.
Says Report On F.C. Planners Was Biased Editor, I am writing regarding your article on 12/4 castigating the Planning Commission for its denial of site plan approval for the current affordable housing proposal.
12 File for 4 F.C. Planning Commission Slots A record 12 City of Falls Church residents have filed to fill four seats on the seven-member F.C. Planning Commission, including three incumbents, according to the City Clerk’s office.
The Falls Church City Council gave final approval to the complex funding package that will pay for the construction of the 174-unit City Center South Apartments (CCSA) affordable housing project, once again working past midnight to generate the same 5-2 and 5-1-1 votes it did providing a preliminary OK in […]
F.C. Planner: About More Than Parking Editor, I had little doubt that the Planning Commission vote on the FCHC project would be taken to task (to be polite) in this paper, so I thought I’d just write a brief note.
Site Plan Nixed, 174 Affordable Units May Fail A stunning denial of site plan approval for the City of Falls Church’s most ambitious affordable housing project was voted by the City’s Planning Commission Monday night.
The Falls Church Planning Commission voted against far more than a perceived parking deficiency when it turned down the site plan for the 174-unit affordable housing package Monday night, bringing the entire project to the brink of extinction.